Lake Cecebe

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Lake C
Location Parry Sound District, Ontario
Coordinates 45°38′30″N 79°34′24″W / 45.64167°N 79.57333°W / 45.64167; -79.57333Coordinates: 45°38′30″N 79°34′24″W / 45.64167°N 79.57333°W / 45.64167; -79.57333
Primary inflows Magnetawan River
Primary outflows Magnetawan River
Basin countries Canada
Surface area 7 km2 (2.7 sq mi)
Max. depth 19.5 m (64 ft)
Shore length1 15 km (9.3 mi)
Surface elevation 281 m (922 ft)
Settlements Cecebe
Magnetawan
Midlothian
Port Carmen
Rockwynn
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1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Lake Cecebe is a lake in the Almaguin Highlands region of the Parry Sound District, Ontario, Canada. Lake Cecebe is part of the Magnetawan River waterway. The lake has over 20 miles of shoreline. The village of Burk's Falls is located upstream of Lake Cecebe on the Magnetawan River and the historic village of Magnetawan, Ontario is located where the river exits Lake Cecebe and flows into Ahmic Lake.

The communities of Midlothian, Cecebe, Rockwynn, Port Carmen, and Magnetawan can all be found on the lake.

At the outflow of Lake Cecebe a hand operated lock and dam system between Lake Cecebe and Ahmic Lake can be found. These locks were built in 1886.[3]

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